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  1. Biturbo Fly Wheel 3 speed Auto wanted

    Biturbo Maserati
    Try David Askew in the UK or Stuart at MIE in Seattle (USA)
  2. MASERATI Ghibli 2.8 in USA

    Biturbo Maserati
    Wow - that's good to know. Have not been here long and had not heard of them at all. Car is currently at Black Horse Garage in Connecticut getting timing belt, water pump and a few other things done. Will have it back on the Cape in a few weeks probably. Not even sure if I am going to register...
  3. Thinking about buying a BiTurbo

    Biturbo Maserati
    If you can find a late model with the 4 valve engine that has been looked after - they are great. If your budget will stretch, then find an early well looked after Ghibli. If you are in the US, these are getting very close to the 25 year rule.
  4. pressure sensor 313320164

    Biturbo Maserati
    Punched it in to Google - several on Ebay, or my preferred source - https://www.maseratinet.com/pc-16213-669-pressure-sensor-map-sensor.aspx
  5. Starter Motor

    Biturbo Maserati
    You've actually hijacked someone elses thread - the starter is not on either side - it is on top at the rear of the V. Here is a photo from Enrico's Maserati Page and you can see the starter just at the top of the flywheel.
  6. Starter Motor

    Biturbo Maserati
    I have a different engine. but I think the starter is in the same place - it is under the inlet manifold on top of the engine! I would contact MIE for a replacement, or you may be able to get the existing one rebuilt.
  7. Starter Motor

    Biturbo Maserati
    Try MIE in Seattle. They ship worldwide. Used to have them ship to me in Australia before we moved to the US.
  8. 1989 430 Value and Troubleshooting-worth it?

    Biturbo Maserati
    Seems very overpriced for a non-runner to me. It could be a simple fix, but on the other hand.......... If it is an absolute rust free example, maybe worth your time, if you really love it, but in my experience, the purchase price is always the cheapest part of any project. With the 25 year...
  9. USA via Australia

    Biturbo Maserati
    couple more pics:
  10. USA via Australia

    Biturbo Maserati
    Yes! Took me three years to learn to drive on the wrong side of the road!
  11. USA via Australia

    Biturbo Maserati
    Hi folks Just found this forum. Recently moved to Cape Cod, USA from Sydney Australia and after a long time trying, have been given permission to import my 222 4V which I have owned for many years. It has had a huge amount of work done, although being in storage for the last 4 years, will need...
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